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In 2020, Asian economies will become larger than the rest of the world combined - here's how

The sun is rising on a new Asian century - but the region's players still have challenges to overcome Image: REUTERS

Wang Huiyao

Founder and President, Center for China and Globalization


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In PPP terms, China's GDP has long outstripped the US
In PPP terms, China's GDP has long outstripped the US Image: IMF / Awara Group
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